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    anybody have any pics of a fully functional jetovator setup?

    I think I have all the right pieces to it but want to make sure-cant figure out how to attach a cable to articulate up/down.
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    as I recall it works just like the deverter Brian
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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    anybody have any pics of a fully functional jetovator setup?

    I think I have all the right pieces to it but want to make sure-cant figure out how to attach a cable to articulate up/down.
    Here is mine,its a diverter, but I am pretty sure the set up is the same!
    hope it helps!
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    The up down portion hook up is different.

    See pic below- up down portion does not appear to be operational. Needs a cable on it, but how/where does it attach?

    "He is a lover, not a fighter. But he's also a fighter, so dont get any ideas."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    The up down portion hook up is different.

    See pic below- up down portion does not appear to be operational. Needs a cable on it, but how/where does it attach?

    you have anymore pics of it, like the other side and a shot from the back?
    was that the noozle set that came with it, or you change it to that?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brendellajet View Post
    The up down portion hook up is different.

    See pic below- up down portion does not appear to be operational. Needs a cable on it, but how/where does it attach?

    you know the more I look at it,it looks like a manual adjustment,and not adjustable on the go, by turning the mount on the steering tube in or out to get a different angle! by removing the bolt form the peice on the noozle and turning the mount,and the reattaching the mount! just a guess!

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    I know they are adjustable...Just not sure how the other cable hooks up.
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    Nevermind. Figured it out. There are more pieces that mount on the inside of the boat that allow adjustment under way.
    Last edited by Brendellajet; 05-16-2009 at 03:38 PM.
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    Looks like you got it hooked up right. Steering to the tiller. Jetovator to the bracket. Now the fun part of dialing it in.

    Do you have a pic of the set up from directly behind the pump?
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    Quote Originally Posted by cave View Post
    Looks like you got it hooked up right. Steering to the tiller. Jetovator to the bracket. Now the fun part of dialing it in.

    Do you have a pic of the set up from directly behind the pump?
    That pic is one I found on the net. Mine is on the table...
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    Here's the inside of what mine use to look like. But by now you've got it figured out.
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